Education in Chemistry
That’s the spirit!
How Raman spectroscopy is fighting the growing problem of fake whisky
How was the Moon formed?
New evidence raises further questions about its origins
4D printing: the next dimension in healthcare?
Use this novel concept to teach students about natural polymers, programmable materials and chemistry in medicine
Can seaweed-eating sheep curb methane emissions?
Seaweed may not be the silver bullet to farming’s methane problem
An explosion waiting to happen
It all began at Nasa …
Is it rocket science?
The nature hackers
Chemical engineers are exploiting evolution to create perfect catalysts
Nobel prize awarded for evolving green chemistry catalysts
New enzymes work as ‘greener’ catalysts in chemical industry
Could ‘colourful’ batteries revolutionise phones? This article includes teaching resources
Why did we run out of carbon dioxide?
And what does it have to do with the Haber-Bosch process?
A state secret leak is helping to solve the Skripal poisoning
The role of scientist whistle-blowers from Russia
Do you really know what glass is?
The glass debate resurfaces and it’s never crystal clear. Why do we care about its label anyway?
Elizabeth Fulhame: the scientist the world forgot
Historic contributions to science by women are often only known because they are linked to important men, or are forgotten entirely. Ida Emilie Steinmark digs up what she can about one such forgotten figure who made fundamentally important discoveries in chemistry
Catalysts get helping hands
Ida Emilie Steinmark finds out how new research may boost catalytic performance
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The rise of molecular modelling
A closer look at computational chemistry methods
Is there a dark secret in your crispy potatoes?
Acrylamide may not be quite as bad as it seems
Falcon 9 explosion: going up but not taking off
Ida Emilie Steinmark explores the aftermath of the launch vehicle explosion